2014-2017 > Arche/Structure

Arche/Structure
Installation View
2016
There is Always an Under
35 x 44 inches
2016
Consolidated New York, Annotated
Sanded Window Tint
2016
Consolidated New York, Annotated
Sanded Window Tint
2016
Arche/Structure
Installation View
2016
Magnetic North, Weight of Rail
Found Books, Middle Grey Paint, Bolt, Sanded Inkjet Print, Found Map
2016
Magnetic North/Weight of Rail
Law Book, Grey Paint, Bolt, Sanded Inkjet Print
Detail
2017
Controlled Linear Valleys
Salvaged Gutter, Mirror Tint
2016
Arche/Structure
Installation View
2016
Between Location and Reference
Non-Archival Pigment Print
29 x 35
2016
Arche/Structure
Installation View
2016
Controlled Linear Valleys
Salvaged Gutter, Plaster, Salvaged Wood, Rope, Stretch Wrap
2016
Controlled Linear Valleys
Salvaged Gutter, Plaster, Salvaged Wood, Rope, Stretch Wrap
2016
Controlled Linear Valleys (Detail)
Salvaged Gutter, Plaster, Salvaged Wood, Rope
54 x 45 inches
2016
Plum Lines
Non-Archival Pigment Print, Archival Images (courtesy of Cornell University Library and Library of Congress), Mirrored Acrylic, Salvaged Wood
2016
Plum Lines
Non-Archival Pigment Print, Archival Images (courtesy of Cornell University Library and Library of Congress), Mirrored Acrylic, Salvaged Wood
2016
Plum Lines
Non-Archival Pigment Print, Archival Images (courtesy of Cornell University Library and Library of Congress), Mirrored Acrylic, Salvaged Wood
2016

My hand reflects in the murky waters’ surface
tense, stagnant without drainage
a residue settles, solidifying
like inscriptions that protrude
as inverted letters and words on the
reverse side of October’s calendar page
A channel s forged, its interior topography
masked by the textural waters surface
as its current slowly redistributes an
archive of rocks and minerals.
that diverts water from the surface
of the forth and final layer of roof still capable of
mending eroded layers below
A barrier against the sky distinguishes land
and mediated direction
The modular furniture that divides highways
and demarcates dead ends
known as the ‘Jersey Barrier’ relocates the
engineering owned by a state and thus situates
order, orderly stacked in anticipation of a
new direction–a bridge,
better than a wall, yet demarcated by
its verticality, validated by their perpendicular axis,
unifying the above vantage point with that of a horizon
A vanishing point of speculation–
composited of all that rhythmically disappears into
the clean and glossy white boxes of the fresh
calendar page. The new month adorned with the
nostalgic black and white image of a locomotive

Ahmed Ozsever
02016